Welcome to the P.K. Yonge Mead Library! Here we house a diverse collection of resources for research and recreational needs. If you have any questions about books, or just want to come by, visit us!
Elementary: Elementary Building Second Floor | Secondary : Secondary Building First Floor Learning Commons
Looking for a good book? Submit the Book Recommendations form.
Need references, resources, a specific book, or your library card number? Submit the Help from the Hidden Library form.
Want to Use the Public Library Databases?
Elementary | Searching the Public Library Database (video)
Secondary | Searching the Public Library Database (video)
Want to Download Books onto Your Chromebook?
How to Use Sora (video)
READ OUR BLOG!
Every month, our librarian reviews a picture book, a middle grades book, and a young adult book. Faculty share their favorites and students make book recommendations for each other. Check it out the Hidden Library Blog.
Elementary Library Tour
Secondary Library Tour
Books are checked out for 3 weeks and loans can be renewed. Visitors from the University of Florida may check out books and resources by presenting a Gator 1 Card. | P.K.Yonge at the University of Florida Jr/Sr Special Borrower’s Card Policy
All students receive Alachua County Public Library cards. With these cards, all student can check out up to three items from the public library.
All 6th -12th grade P.K. Yonge students have access to the Overdrive app on their Chromebooks, which allows them to download available eBooks from the public library with a current library card.
Looking for a good book to read?
American Library Association’s Recommended Book Lists
Library/Media Center Selection Policy and Library/Instructional Materials Consideration Requests
The P. K. Yonge Library/Media Center Selection Policy is a statement of the principles and guidelines used by the P.K. Yonge in the selection, acquisition, evaluation, and maintenance of curricular and Library/Media Center materials. It provides consistency in developing the collection and in communicating the Library/Media Center’s policies to the school community (students, faculty, staff & families) and other interested stakeholders. It is understood that this document is fluid and that changes in the curriculum, demographics, information needs or programs of the school will require updates to the collection and its governing policies.
To review the policy: P.K. Yonge Library/Media Center Selection Policy
Megan Koppitch | firstname.lastname@example.org
For UF Students: If in need of a book from the Mead Library at P.K. Yonge, please contact Ms. Koppitch (email@example.com). Appointments are necessary as Ms. Koppitch teaches throughout the day and may not be available.